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1 Badajoz, 20 November 2014 Ana Bajlo, MBiotech Head of Section for Energy Efficiency

2  In accordance with the Plan City of Zadar formalized its policy of sustainable development and sustainable energy management by signing Energy Charter on national level and Covenant of Mayors on European level

3  Signed in 2008  Declarative act of local and regional governments in the Republic of Croatia which shows awareness and political commitment to manage energy at the local level, protect the environment and the rational management of resources for the benefit of the local community and all its citizens

4  Signed on 28 May 2012  European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources on their territories  Signatories aim to meet and exceed the European Union 20% CO 2 reduction objective by 2020

5 Association of Energy Cities Member from March 2014 European Association of local authorities in energy transition Represents more than 1,000 towns and cities in 30 countries Energy Cities is a credible and trusted advocate of local authorities in the fields of energy efficiency, renewables, climate mitigation, regional policies and financing Energy Cities is dedicated to: Strengthen the role and skills of local authorities Represent cities’ interests and influence national and EU policies Develop and promote our members’ initiatives

6  The long-term planning document that among others contains measures for increasing energy efficiency which will be implemeneted until 2020 to achieve the Covenant of Mayors objectives (reduction of CO 2 emissions by at least 20% by 2020 at the administrative area of the City of Zadar)  Adopted by the City Council of the City of Zadar on 13 March 2014  It is composed of two parts - Baseline Emission Inventory (BEI) and the Sustainable Energy Action Plan Measures in reducing CO 2 emissions are divided into three sectors:  Building sector  Sector of Public lighting  Traffic sector Grad Zadar Akcijski plan energetski održivog razvitka SEAP Prosinac 2013.

7 SectortCO 2 % Building % Public lighting % Traffic % Total %  Baseline Emission Inventory (BEI): Quantifies the amount of CO 2 emitted due to energy consumption in the territory of the Covenant signatory in the baseline year  BEI is divided into two parts – the analysis of energy consumption and analysis of CO 2 emissions as a result of energy consumption  2010 was set as the baseline The total amount of CO 2 emissions in the administrative area of the City of Zadar

8  The building sector emits the most CO 2 followed by the traffic sector  The public lighting sector emits the least CO 2

9  City of Zadar will implement the following measures to reduce CO 2 emissions on its area:

10 Summary of measures for the City Government and the City institutions/companies buildings MEASUREREDUCTION OF CO 2 EMISSIONS 1.Education and promotion of energy efficiency for staff/building users0,18% 2.Installation of photovoltaic systems up to 30 kW on rooftops0,03% 3.Installation of solar thermal systems for hot water0,07% 4.Reconstruction of the outer shell and roof repairs0,10% 5.Installation of energy-saving bulbs0,21% 6.Installation of energy efficient windows0,06% 7.Set of thermometers in all heated rooms0,05% 8.Installing of programmable thermostatic radiator valves on radiators0,10% 9. Buying of new electrical devices in accordance with the criteria of Green Public Procurement 0,06% 10.Green Energy for buildings that have annual consumption more than 1 GWh1,41% 11.Optimizing the work of the heating system0,06% 12.Using of natural gas instead of existing fuel0,13% TOTAL2,46%

11 Summary of measures for residential buildings and houses MEASURESREDUCTION OF CO 2 EMISSIONS 1.Education and promotion of energy efficiency for citizens1,99% 2. Co-financing of the reconstruction of the outer shell, replacing carpentry and roof repair for familly houses 0,07% 3. Co-financing of termal insulation, installation of energy efficient windows and roof repair for residential buildings 1,60% 4.Using of natural gas instead of existing fuel0,68% 5.Installation and thermostatic radiator valves0,87% 6. Co-financing the installation of photovoltaic systems up to 10 kW on the roofs of residential buildings 0,15% 7.Installation of solar thermal systems for hot water and heating0,08% 8.Encouraging green building in new housing1,62% 9.Installation of energy-saving bulbs0,82% 10. Encouraging the replacement of existing household devices with energy efficient, energy class A 2,04% TOTAL9,92%

12 Summary of measures for commercial and service sectors buildings MEASUREREDUCTION OF CO 2 EMISSIONS 1. Education and promotion of changes in behavior of commercial and service sectors buildings users 2,42% 2. Encouraging the installation of photovoltaic systems up to 30 kW on rooftops of commercial and service sectors buildings 0,44% 3. Conditioning of obtaining incentives for PV systems by installing solar thermal systems for DHW heating/heating supplement to commercial and service sectors buildings 1,04% 4.Installation of solar thermal systems for hot water and heating in hotels0,02% 5.Using of natural gas instead of existing fuel3,40% 6. Reconstruction of the outer shell, roof repair and carpentry replacement in buildings of commercial and service sectors 1,77% 7. Encouraging the purchase of energy efficient electrical devices in commercial and service sectors 0,81% TOTAL9,9%

13 MEASUREREDUCTION OF CO 2 EMISSIONS 1.Replacing outdated lighting fixtures with energy-efficient lighting fixtures (VTN)0,05% 2.Replacing outdated lighting fixtures with energy-efficient lighting fixtures( MH)0,25% 3.Replacing outdated lighting fixtures with energy-efficient lighting fixtures (LED)0,03% 4.Replacing outdated lighting fixtures on islands0,14% 5.Regulation of public lighting0,31% TOTAL0,78%

14 MEASUREREDUCTION OF CO 2 EMISSIONS 1.Education and promotion of energy efficiency in transport2,07 % 2.The introduction of car-sharing model0,78% 3.The introduction of monitoring of bus mode driving0,07% 4. Procurement of new vehicle of the City Administration and the City institutions/companies in accordance with the criteria of green public procurement 0,06% 5.Implementation of European standards relating for automobile industry3,47% TOTAL6,45%

15  The implementation of all SEAP measures can reduce CO 2 emissions by 29.51%, which allows prioritization in their implementation  In the building sector it is possible to reduce CO 2 emissions by 22.28%, in the sector of public lighting by 0.78% and in the traffic sector by 6.45%  Therefore, emphasis in the SEAP implementation was placed on the building sector where the largest savings are expected  Sources of financing for the SEAP implementation include local/regional, national and European funding sources

16 1. Systematic Energy Management in Cities and Counties in Croatia (SEM Project) 2. Promoting the use of solar energy for natural persons in the City of Zadar 3. Co-financing of increasing energy efficiency in buildings 4. Using the solar system and natural gas into a single system for preparing of domestic hot water for the sport recreational center Višnjik 5. Co-financing of reconstruction of existing heating system in system with natural gas for residential buildings 6. Savings in street lighting 7. Energy audits and energy certifications of buildings under the jurisdiction of the City of Zadar 8. Greetings to the Sun 9. PRO-E-BIKE - Promoting electrical bicycles and scooters for delivery of goods and passenger transport in urban areas 10. FIESTA - Families Intelligent Energy Saving Targeted Actions 11. ENPCOM - European Network for the Promotion of the Covenant of Mayors

17  Project is being implemented by the Ministry of the Economy, Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP Croatia), with financial assistance from the Croatian Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund and the Global Environmental Facility (GEF)  Project ended in October 2013  Project encourages implementation of EE and systematic energy management in all public buildings at the local and regional level  The main goal of the SEM Project is to create local expert capacities and implement process of continuous and systematic energy management, to introduce strategic energy planning and sustainable energy and other resource management at the local and regional level throughout Croatia

18 In the framework of the project:  EE info office and EE team was established  EE team was educated(all members have gained certification for the energy advisor)  Energy management Information System (EMIS) was established  Register respecitvely an inventory of buildings under the jurisdiction of the City of Zadar was established (those which bills are payed by the City of Zadar)  Employees and children in primary schools and kindergartens as well as employees of the City of Zadar and other institutions were educated  3 Energy Weeks were held  Numerous activities of education, promotion, public information and other awareness-raising activities were carried out Establishment of EE info office and EE team of the City of Zadar Signing of Letter of Intent of the City of Zadar for the implementation of Green Office activities in primary schools and signing of "Green Office" Policy for Eco Primary Schools Stanovi and Šime Budinić

19  ISGE represents the register of all buildings under the jurisdiction of the City of Zadar with following data: building area, year of construction/reconstruction, contacts, energy consumption (fuel, electricity, water), energy certificates, monthly bills, all the changes on the building or heating system that have been undertaken etc.  The database contains information on the energy consumption from 2007 until today and beyond for 53 buildings  EMIS enables systematic control of energy consumption and creates a basis for planning activities in order to reduce energy consumption

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21  56 solar systems were installed in the period from 2010 to 2014  Solar systems were co- financed by National Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund and City of Zadar in the total amount of 135, euros

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23  17 projects of increase the thermal protection of the outer shell and/or replacement of existing and installation of new energy-efficient carpentry were co-financed  5 projects of procurement and installation of the stove on wood biomass were co-financed  Projects were implemented in the period from 2013 to 2014  Projects were co-financed by National Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund and City of Zadar in the total amount of 75, euros

24  96 vacuum tube collectors have been installed on the roof of the swimming pool for hot water preparation  Existing boiler room was reconstructed to use natural gas as an energy source for heating  The estimated annual savings: 83,684.2 euros  Expected annual reduction of CO 2 : 223 t  Total value of the project: 353, euros  Co-financed by Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund in the amount of 160,552.5 euros respectively 36% eligible costs

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26  One pilot project was carried out  Headquarter ‘’Petrići’’ includes 11 residential buildings with a total of 439 flats with 1,500 people which used heavy fuel oil for heating  Reconstruction of boiler room for the use of natural gas as an energy source for heating in the headquarter Petrići was co- financed by the City of Zadar in the amount of 13,150.8 euros or 11% and by Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund in the amount of 43, euros or 39% eligible costs  Total value of the project: ,00 euros  Expected annual reduction of CO 2 : t

27  At 10 electric substations regulatory mechanism have been set which reduces the voltage supply from to 6.00 in the morning (from V to 190 V) and thereby reducing the intensity of light  Achieved savings in energy consumption 25%

28 NameCategory Zatvoreno plivalište-urediA Športska dvorana u sklopu ŠC VišnjikB Zatvoreno plivalište u sklopu ŠC Višnjik-poslovni prostoriB Gradska knjižnicaB Objekt društvene namjene KožinoB OŠ Zadarski otociB DV BokanjacB OŠ StanoviC OŠ SmiljevacC OŠ Bartula KašićaC OŠ Krune KrstićaC OŠ Šime BudinićaC DV VišnjikC Grad Zadar, Brne Krnarutića 13C Zatvoreno plivalište u sklopu ŠC VišnjikD Grad Zadar, Narodni trg 1D DV Vruljica (Radost)D Hrvatsko narodno kazališteD OŠ Petar PreradovićE  19 buildings certified

29  Small solar power plant with total installed power of 15.2 kW  Annual electricity production of installation is 6,000 to 8,000 kWh  City of Zadar is currently in phase of acquiring the status of eligible electricity producer  Project is co-financed by the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund in the amount of 223,684.2 euros or 36.61% of eligible costs

30  PRO-E-BIKE-Promoting electrical bicycles and scooters for delivery of goods and passenger transport in urban areas  Programme: Inteligent Energy Europe  The total value of the project: 1.3 million euros  EU co-financing in the amount of 1,000,000 euros  Duration of the project: April 2013 – April 2016  The project consortium consists from 10 partners from 7 European countries (Netherlands, Italy, Slovenia, Sweden, Portugal, Spain and Croatia)  Project coordinator: Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar from Zagreb, Croatia  The project aims at promoting electric bicycles and scooters in the field of delivery and passenger transport in urban areas  City of Zadar is involved as pilot city  Within project City of Zadar has developed the Action Plan of Promotion of Electrical Bikes and Scooters for Delivery of Goods and Passenger Transport, also an info days of this form of transportation promotion were carried out, the project was presented at the Energy Week and also promoted through the media and website of the City of Zadar

31  FIESTA - Families Intelligent Energy Saving Targeted Actions  Programme: Inteligent Energy Europe  The total value of the project: 2,379, euros  EU co-financing in the amount of 1,784, euros  Duration of the project: October 2014 – October 2017  The project consortium consists from 19 international partners from Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria, Spain and Cyprus  Project coordinator: AREA Science Park from Trieste, Italy  City of Zadar is involved as partner  Project includes whole range of activities to promote energy efficiency in households and aims to implement specific measures for energy savings in 150 households in the City of Zadar, then establishing an Energy Help Desk for citizens, making guide for improving energy efficiency in households and similar documents as well as various educational (training of FIESTA advisors, workshops for schools, etc.) and promotional activities which aim to encourage households to use energy more efficiently

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